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With its Kadi -judgment, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) firmly rejected the first instance Kadi/Yusuf -judgments of the Court of First Instance (CFI). The ECJ made unambiguously clear that Community law, in particular its basic, core fundamental rights values prevail over any international...
It is widely held that the common law doctrine of stare decisis, which recognizes judicial decisions as sources of law, applies neither to international law in general nor to World Trade Organization (WTO) law specifically. However, in practice, the WTO's judicial decision-making processes might...
The European Commission's (hereinafter ‘Commission's’) proposal for a directive on patients' rights in cross-border healthcare is not primarily a codification of the case law; while leaving out guarantees developed by the Court (notably based on ‘undue delay’), it also adds new elements of...
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